Nina Kaden-Lottick Describes Challenges in Survivor Care


Nina Kaden-Lottick describes some common challenges in survivor care.

Nina Kaden-Lottick, MD, associate professor of Pediatrics (Hematology/Oncology) and medical director of the HEROS program at Yale School of Medicine, discusses challenges that might come up when providing survivorship care.

Often, there is a sense of delayed gratification with survivorship, as the treatments benefit the patient in the long run. A patient might also experience emotional or psychosocial effects that keep them from wanting to engage in survivor care.

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